Over the past few years, the average age of cars in the UK has risen to 8.2 years, which is a 1.4 increase from 7.8 years in 2016. There are a lot of factors as to why this is the case, the main being the vast improvement that we’ve seen in the technology used to manufacture cars over the last ten years. Typically, we class cars that have done more than 75,000 miles as ‘old’, but with the average age on the rise, that status quo is beginning to be challenged. So, with the average age rising, what steps can we take to keep our older cars running even longer?
Exol Lubricants is committed to ensuring customers have access to sustainable options and has therefore introduced a new 20 litre packaging solution, Ex-Box, to provide customers with an environmentally friendly, recyclable packaging option.
Big Exol thank you to Peter Bond, Lee and Ian (pictured) for continuing to supply products to customers around the UK.
Designed for use in a wide range of passenger car applications, the automotive aftermarket can now get its hands on a new premium quality, multi-vehicle, automatic transmission fluid, Autotrans LVA.
Artūrs Leinasars (centre) of Exol distributor Sars Auto in Latvia & Lithuania has taken part in an interview with DJ Egons Reiters and Latvia's best-known auto and car broadcasting manager Normunds Avotiņš for Star FM.
Wärtsilä, a global leader in complete lifecycle power solutions for energy and marine markets, has approved Taurus GEO G 240, a gas engine oil from Exol Lubricants, to run in its high performance gas engines.
As a thank you to all NHS and emergency workers, every Exol branded Scania delivery truck will also feature a new NHS Rainbow logo.
Exol Lubricants is continuing to supply products to customers around the globe and has successfully implemented social-distancing measures and a new delivery procedure offering reassurance before, during and after delivery, to ensure the safety of both staff and customers.
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